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Military launched probe of Wisconsin Guard’s top general

January 10, 2020

From the Air Force Times website

Earlier photograph from the internet

The National Guard’s headquarters opened an investigation this fall into allegations that the Wisconsin National Guard’s top commander improperly initiated an internal investigation in a sexual assault case even as he was under scrutiny for allegedly mishandling sexual assault complaints, Gov. Tony Evers’ office said Tuesday.

Evers and U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin asked the National Guard Bureau’s Office of Complex Investigations in March to conduct a comprehensive review of how Adjutant General Donald Dunbar’s command handled sexual assault complaints. They requested the review after Master Sgt. Jay Ellis complained to Baldwin in 2018 that commanders in his 115th Fighter Wing security squadron had brushed off at least six sexual misconduct complaints.

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